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Carbon Capture and Sequestration - Climate Savior or False Solution?
With the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, the U.S. is now poised to invest literally hundreds of billions of dollars on carbon capture and storage (CCS) infrastructure. But as time passes, the challenges of capturing, transporting, and sequestering carbon has many policymakers and scientists questioning CCS as a viable solution.  What are the risks? What are the challenges? What is the likelihood that sequestered CO2 won't leak?

Developers, eager to take advantage of the tax credits, claim we've successfully been capturing and sequestering carbon for decades. But is this true?  And for those few examples that exist in the U.S., has industry met their climate capture and sequestration goals?  And what if the CO2 that is captured is used for enhanced oil recovery (EOR)?  Doesn't that release more CO2 into the atmosphere when the oil is burned?

Learn from the experts!
This video was produced by EJC, along with its partners from the Coalition to Stop CO2 Pipelines, to take a close look at the viability of CCS as a climate solution. What are its limitations for significantly reducing carbon emissions? And if not CCS, what can we do to immediately curtail rising global temperatures?

Listen to what experts June Sekera, Mark Jacobson, and Al Karvelis have to say.

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